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Catching up with Carter Clews

Speaker 1 (00:00):

Cool. Well, hi everyone. This is John Ditton with the local conservative, and I’ve got a very special video for you today. We’re going to be talking to Carter clues. Welcome Carter. Now you’re here to talk about an exciting new initiative you’re launching with us, but first for those of our readers that may not know you as well as they should. Just give us a little bit of a background about you.

Speaker 2 (00:21):

Well, I think the first thing that your readers need to know is I am a conservative. Okay. Let me show you how conservative I am.

Speaker 1 (00:30):

These buttons right here. Yeah,

Speaker 2 (00:33):

These are real. These were my buttons. Okay. As I’m senior year in high school here, it was a couple of years later. Right? Well that

Speaker 1 (00:43):

Means you’ve been in the game for a while, then in the game

Speaker 2 (00:46):

For a while. Sometimes I feel like I invented the game actually started out in conservative politics, been in Washington for almost well over 40 years. Okay. fighting what, what, what we can serve of just consider the good fight dating way back to, I was appointed a, a Republican national committee field rep that meant ran all around the country, managing campaigns, right. For Republican candidates are appointed by George H w Bush when he was the chairman of the RNC long before he came VP or president. Right. I remember when he appointed me, he said, I understand you’re kind of a holy terror. And I said, just to our enemies, just to the enemies, I like that. I like that. And then Reagan appointed me when Reagan was president. He appointed me the chairman of Republicans abroad in in Spain. And when I, when I met him, he said well, I, I take it Spanish as your second language. And I said, Mr. President, I’m from Baltimore when you’re from Baltimore city English as a second language. Okay.

Speaker 2 (01:57):

But we carried Spain, we carried Spain for Reagan. So that was very good. And then I went to the Senate national right to work committee. I know a lot of the people that are watching right now deeply appreciate the incredible work that right to work committee does in fighting a big labor and their left-wing agenda went to Americans from limited government director of communications for several years at the Senate Republican conference. And matter of fact, it was when they had a majority back in the early eighties and we really, we really did help move the Reagan agenda along. I got to spend a lot of time working with the white house. And, and that, that was a very, very important time that I know all of us look back on fondly most recently director of communications for the last several years with a judicial watch. And we helped expose Hillary Clinton’s emails that help that I think it’s safe to say helped eliminate her from from the presidency. Thank God we were spared that nightmare and thanks to Donald Trump. And then of course, the judicial watch worked very closely with president Trump and proudly wore my maca had everywhere. So so, so that’s, that’s, that’s my background and it really feeds very directly into what I’m doing now, John, very much so. Well, yeah,

Speaker 1 (03:25):

I would say your credentials as a, as a conservative are valid, based on everything you just told us. So nobody should worry about that. Especially somebody who wasn’t sure about who you were to begin with, but so, yeah. So tell us about this new initiative that you’re launching.

Speaker 2 (03:37):

Well, this is a very important initiative because I think right now there are a lot of problems facing conservatives. I don’t have to, you know, I know you and those who are watching right now, folks, you know, where we are right now, I consider the current situation that the biggest threat in my lifetime, and that’s a long time to personal Liberty and to our freedom, to our democracy. And what the, the, when I, when I left judicial watch out, you know, my wife said, you know recently married to a wonderful young Honduran girl, illegal immigrant, by the way. And, and she said, please, you know, let’s, let’s spend more time together. So I said, all right. And then, you know, I realized, well know what do we do now to make sure as, as, as a conservative, as I watched this Harvey and perpetrated from every angle in Washington the, the assault upon the our financial freedom, you know, we’re talking about our financial freedom here now.

Speaker 2 (04:39):

And for me, it was a matter of saying, look for conservatives, this is a serious situation because we believe in the work ethic. We believe in capitalism, we built this country, okay, make no mistake about it. We built this country on the shoulders at capitalism, and it worked. I, you know, I spent a lot of time reading and studying the Warren buffet and Charlie Munger Munger. I, especially though, cause he described himself as a right wing conservative, you can’t beat that. And they say over and over this country was built through capitalism. That’s what conservatives do. So now we find a situation where conservatives need more than ever to protect their money, to protect and expand their money. John, that’s very, very important at this point because they’re coming for so, so we look around, we look around and we say, well, where can I find out?

Speaker 2 (05:31):

And this personally I looked around and said, all right, you know, obviously when you leave what you’ve done all your life, there’s a drop in income. And I want to provide for my, my wife long after I’m gone. And I say, what can I do? And what can other conservatives do to protect your income? Because quite frankly, with the inflation, these people in Washington are causing now 6.6%. They’re admitting to, it’s a lot more than that. It’s a lot more than that. And the, the, the out of control spending and the taxes, they are determined to impose the American people. Liberals don’t worry about taxes because they like welfare. We don’t work.

Speaker 1 (06:18):

That’s right. That’s

Speaker 2 (06:20):

What we do. We say, Hey, we’ll pair on way. We’ll make you a deal. We’ll pay our own way. And you leave us alone. That’s

Speaker 1 (06:28):

Absolutely, you’re not wrong.

Speaker 2 (06:30):

That’s how we live, John. And so, so, but so I had to say to myself, and I want everyone who’s watching this folks. It’s very serious. You have to say to yourself, how can I make more than they take? Hmm. That’s the formula. I think that’s

Speaker 1 (06:49):

A good point. You bring up a lot of conservatives, you know, your everyday conservative voters, you know, they think in terms of politics, they don’t really think when it comes to finance and money, that that’s another aspect that they need to look at with what’s going on in our country right now. So, and that’s why you’re creating this new initiative, right?

Speaker 2 (07:06):

That is exactly why that’s, that’s why we’re creating this new initiative. Because what we’re looking at is those out there who are finding themselves robbed on a daily basis. And let me make clear, it’s not just the federal government Biden has made clear, he’s going to wipe us out texts tax wise. Reinput first thing you said, my first order of business is repeal. The Trump middle-class tax cut. That’s you folks then reimpose the, the Obama tax, which was the largest single tax ever on working people horrifying. Okay. And then every day it’s like, he’s got a tax a day program. So as they come for this, what we have to look around and say, how can we keep ahead of that? How can we keep ahead of their 6% inflation, which really is going to skyrocket at every level, how do we keep ahead of it? Well, John, that’s when I said I started looking around, I started looking around and let me just give you the chronology if I can. Okay. Sure. All right. Because I really want, I really think I’m a conservative, I care about conservatives. Okay. Let me make sure I have it. You know, somebody said to my brother wants to see your brother right-winger. He said he’s hanging there by the tips of his fingers and that’s where we like him. Okay.

Speaker 1 (08:30):

Absolutely. That’s right.

Speaker 2 (08:33):

So, and I liked conservatives. All right. I liked conservatives. They’re my kind of people they’re working people. So, so I had to say to myself, okay, how do, how do I help protect my income as all this, this, this I’m going to call it thievery by the federal state and local governments escalates you know, they bankrupted the country and their states and cities with their stuff. They did the past year. I’m not going to hear the stuff they did. And so now they’re saying, okay, now you, you, you pay for it to the working person.

Speaker 1 (09:10):

That’s what they’re saying.

Speaker 2 (09:11):

That’s what they’re saying. It’s unconscionable. So then I said to myself, okay, how do I, how do I protect myself? How do I protect my conservative friends to conservatives? I love nationwide. And that devoted my life to thick, to conservatives nationwide. It’s just where my heart is. Okay. So I looked and said, you got to invest some money. Cause one thing we know they are going to prop up the stock market. Okay,

Speaker 1 (09:38):

You got that. Right. I said to

Speaker 2 (09:40):

Myself, well, I can go work 24 hours a day. But you know, at my age, I know that I’m going to live very long. If I keep that up, I can, I thought of investing in homes and, and you know I do a lot of stuff off shore in the Caribbean, and there are some great investments there. And I did some investments and those are very long-term investments. Okay. Because they’re not a lot of, you know, people flocking, the Nicaraguan Honduras. Right, right. Now I love my homes there and they they’re there. They will have eventually cashflow and equity, but that’s not the way to do it. So I said to myself, then what is way? Then I realized, it’s the stock market, John, it’s the stock market. Why? Because the one thing you know, is the liberals are not going to let the stock market. They’re not going to let

Speaker 1 (10:30):

That crash under their watch. Absolutely not. No, because it’s where they have their money. Exactly.

Speaker 2 (10:39):

Bankrupt than the rest of us. Right. So now I’m not saying, please, I’m not saying that the stock market is not going to eventually this bubble is not going to reverse. You know, we’ve had all kinds of bubbles dating back. I was laughing the other day. The first bubble that I can remember ever reading about was the south sea bubble of 1720. Okay. So bubbles are not new Newton investments in the south sea company has lost his fortune. There’s a guy who was one of the smartest people in the world. So, but this is a fed bubble. We’re in a fed bubble. Okay. But it’s not going to pop anytime soon. Yeah. So I was watching Ray Dalio the other day and he was saying, yeah, it is it it. And you know, and, and, and Berkshire, Hathaway say the same thing, then eventually it is going to, but it’s not folks. It’s not going to be any time soon. Trust me on that because they’re going to prop it up. If it’s the last thing on the face of this earth, in this country, it’s going to be the stock market. Right. Okay. I laugh because my brother had a heart transplant right. About seven years ago. And I told him, when you die, we’re going to have to beat your heart to death with a baseball bat, to close the casket. Right.

Speaker 2 (11:57):

Years younger than the rest of, well, the last thing to die is going to be the stock market collapse. Okay. So I said, all right, then how do I invest in the stock market? And I just think that this I’d like, I’d like those watching the conservatives to follow this. And don’t tell the liberals, the, the is how do you invest? And I thought, I’ll stick it in mutual funds. Okay. How can I go wrong with mutual funds? They were told they returned 10% a year. Right? They don’t, they don’t. The fact is that’s the big line mutual funds. Don’t. And even if you, if you get into mutual funds, you have to be very careful. If you need your money back out, suppose it to the low mutual funds really returned four to 5% a year. Yeah. I’ll give you a perfect example.

Speaker 2 (12:49):

College endowments, big on mutual funds. Okay. And they all colors. Professors tell us they are the brightest people and best and brightest people on the face of the earth. That’s what they claim. That’s what they ever, since I was in school, they told me that every day, the average return on their mutual funds is 4.9% over 10 years. Okay. Folks, that’s not even going to keep you ahead of inflation, let alone heightened tax bite. Okay. Exactly. Yeah. So then I started looking around, I started following all the financial newsletters. Right? Well, first I watched the TV show. Don’t do that.

Speaker 1 (13:29):

I’ll tell you that.

Speaker 2 (13:32):

Never take your advice about where to invest by someone who sponsor is the person, the company they’re telling you to invest in.

Speaker 1 (13:41):

Right? Exactly. That’s usually a bad sign, know

Speaker 2 (13:47):

Single [inaudible] melt, but you know, these talking heads they, they say whatever’s hot at the moment. That’s matter of fact, when they’re right, to be honest with you when they’re right, whatever they say, it’s already too late to invest

Speaker 1 (14:03):

In. What’s coming on. Exactly. You’re going to be holding the bag, basically.

Speaker 2 (14:07):

You’re not going to be holding the bag. Yeah. So that was it for the TV talking heads. So I thought I’ll get these newsletters from these brilliant, brilliant financial advisors, investment advisors. I’m not going to name any names, be unkind, but I started getting them. And I realized, I call them now after reading these things and I get a lot of them the, from the wall street types, okay. I call them the, the silk tie, blow, dry blow, dry types. Okay. Ty blow dry types. And their advice. I started realizing they all cited the same stocks that they claim. They recommended apple, Amazon. And when I recommended Amazon, it was selling for 3 cents. Now you get a thousand. I don’t know if they really did or not, but it wasn’t a bad, wasn’t a tough recommendation because they all did it. And then I realized they also recommend some of the things that if I keep their newsletters around a long enough, just didn’t pan out just in pan out because they all talk to each other. And I read a great book by called boggle heads about Jack Bogel, who really was a great fund manager. Wonderful man. And, and in the book, they said, keep in mind, these people don’t make money for you. They make money from

Speaker 1 (15:30):

You. Exactly. Yeah. That’s true. So that’s

Speaker 2 (15:34):

That one’s out. So everything will, after another, I’m crossing out saying this is not good. And then I discovered the guy who I’m working with now, and it was absolute blessing. Okay. As a conservative, I believe in God. And I think it was a godsend blessing because Tim, Melvin, okay. Tim, Melvin, when I met him several months ago, I was introduced to him by a guy named Mike Ward. Okay. Mike Ward, some of you will recognize that name. If you’ve done any investing at all. I mean, here’s a guy who is really a pioneer in, in, in the financial circles, Mike, that quarter, I know your concern. You got to meet this guy. Okay. You gotta meet this guy. And I said, well, w w w how good is he? He said, well, let me put it this way. He has more than, more than a dozen, more than a dozen, very, very wealthy hedge fund managers have him on their speed dial.

Speaker 1 (16:42):

That’s a good thing. That’s a positive right there. That’s a good selling point

Speaker 2 (16:48):

In my response for how do I get him on my speed dial. I started researching Tim Moore. And let me say something. I hope we’re going to where you are going to tomorrow. We’re going to introduce people to Tim. Okay. Get ready, folks. You’re going to love this guy. I mean, he is one of us. He is one of us. He is common folks. There is no blow, dry silk tie, blow dry and to Melvin. Okay. You’re not going to say running around on TV, spouting the same lines as everyone else. He really does his homework and in the group of people he advises. Okay. And has for 30 years, let me just, let me read the, make sure I don’t get it wrong. The top private equity owners. Okay. Most private equity owners, pretty smart people, pretty smart people. They had to make their billions directors of the largest investment banks in America managers. So the four major ETF funds. Okay. Okay. That’s pretty, pretty good recommendation. Absolutely. And so then Mike Ward told me, and he will advise you, like, where do I sign up? Right. And, and so then, you know, I started, started talking to to Tim, started talking to him on a personal level became friends with the guy. And it was just, you know, again, drives a pickup truck. Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1 (18:18):

Down, down to earth, salt of the earth kind of person. Right. Exactly.

Speaker 2 (18:23):

Exactly. And, and so, so as I got to know him, and then we decided, you know what Tim said? I said, you know, there are a lot of people like me out there who could really use some help. He said, no, let’s do it. And that was like literally a godsend. And that’s when we created T Tim, Melvin’s a better way to wealth. Right.

Speaker 1 (18:49):

Awesome. This all sounds really exciting Carter. And I’m sure my readers at local conservative, it will be really excited. So what are some more specific things that you and Tim are going to bring to my readers at a local conservative? I know they’re, they’re waiting with bated breath.

Speaker 2 (19:04):

Yeah. All right. All right. It absolutely. One thing I guarantee a John, it’s going to be, as you, the words you use specific. Okay. He’s not going to talk in general terms about, well, invest in and let’s say high-tech stocks, okay. He’s going to give you the high TB. He gives us, we we’ve done several of our videos now, which folks, if you look at it, click on the link at the bottom here that you can go there and get these videos. And these videos are chapter and verse. Now, let me give you some examples. We talked about the first one we did. We talked about electric vehicles. Okay. Tim’s a great no-nonsense MythBuster. And and, and you know, th you know, I told him one of the big myths is the conservators hate electric vehicles. We don’t, we don’t hate electric vehicles any more than we hate tomato plants.

Speaker 2 (20:06):

So whatever’s out there. Look, if somebody tells me there’s going to be a vehicle that has 20 moving parts, as opposed to 2000 and takes a, it goes 500,000 miles and, and gets one 10th that you pay one 10th for the fuel, for as a conservative, I’m probably going to buy that. So I don’t mind that, but what Tim said is Carter, don’t rush out and invest in electric. They’re telling you, they’re going to be here soon. Biden’s acting like in five years, we’re going to make everybody driving electric vehicles. No, you’re not. No, you are not. Okay. And Tim points out, yes, invest, invest in electric vehicles. But I said like Tesla, he said, no, not Tesla. Tesla has a, you know, a 60 to one P E I would not invest in that. At this point, he said, and he said, there’s one company that, that he said, if you want to look at it, remember one thing he said, the big three automakers in this country are not stupid. Right? You think they’re not going to throw up their hands and say, well, okay, Tesla, you Ilan, you beat us. And we’re just going to close shop.

Speaker 1 (21:29):

They’re going to swing down the assembly lines. Exactly. Right. They’re going to change over the go innovate. They got, got to innovate to survive, you know, mean. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (21:37):

And so Tim specific, she has specifics. Tim said, Carter, all these other advisors, you know, the TV talking heads, the silk tie blow, dry type said, Lordstown motors, Lordstown motors. That’s where to invest. He said, no. I told people don’t do it. He said, they, they, they electric fleet vehicles. He said, if you’re the, you’re the boss in charge of buying electric trucks, right? Yeah. Well, first switchover, let’s say, he said, that’s a situation. Some towns in America, they come to you and say, well, buy our Lordstown motor vehicle. He said, I’m not saying it’s not a good vehicle. But think about it, Ford. One 50 is the most popular truck in America. Right. And they’re going to be electric now, suppose a year down the road. The fleet that you bought from Lordstown has some glitches, your responsible, okay. All, you’re the one that told us to buy these.

Speaker 2 (22:38):

I think you better find another job. That’s kind of reasonable. If, if the Ford has glitches, you say, look, we bought Fords all along. We bought Fords now electric, and they have to make good, brilliant advice. He said, so invest essence. So you’re saying, invest in Ford. Yes. Now here’s what I’m saying. He said, Volkswagen is actually going to dominate electric cars. And I’m like, you’re kidding me. That’s interesting. Yeah. Great stuff. And I said, so invest great. I’ll invest it. My wife and all of this and Volkswagen, he said, no, invest in Porsche, Porsche own smokes.

Speaker 1 (23:18):

There you go. That’s right.

Speaker 2 (23:20):

And what they’re going to do is don’t produce electric and gas during the transition folks. That’s brilliant advice. It really is their PTSA to one. I mean, this is the kind of stuff do you get from Tim? The same, the same exact stuff he’s telling these wealthy hedge fund managers. That’s great stuff. That’s great stuff. So then we talked about another, another video, which folks you can watch. Just go to the, the length that’s down below each of these videos, about 15 minutes or so, and take notes, take notes. Look, this honest to God. This is the honest to God truth. I have this every show, my Melbourne mania, green book. That’s great. The name of the company and the ticker symbol.

Speaker 1 (24:09):

I got it. I got it. That’s perfect. That’s perfect.

Speaker 2 (24:14):

And, and so then we talked about toxic stocks. Okay. their stocks, he, he said, you don’t want to invest in. I already told you one of them. He gave us Lordstown motors. You know, back when you know, I, I got financial newsletter from one of these people saying, get your, all your money in there. I would’ve lost it. All. They plunged. Another one is a company called Winmark. They’re all touting it. All the talking heads, the solicitors are tallying it. Tim said, don’t do it. They, they have their franchises are for used clothing. And for some reason, the experts decided that’s where to invest. He said, it’s just, don’t do it. It’s not going to happen. The market. The market’s not there. Here’s a little secret. The folks, when you hear this, you don’t understand what makes Tim so good. He says, don’t, don’t invest in the stock, invest in the store.

Speaker 2 (25:11):

Okay. Don’t invest in the stock, invest in the store. Don’t invest. Don’t look at the stocks where, and all these others tell you that the stock store and the stock store in that Tim says there are five pillars of profit that he looks at for every company he recommends. Okay. And they have to meet every one of those five pillars of profit. And they’re important. Like, are they, are they creating debt or pay off debt pretty vital. You’d be shocked at how many of the companies recommended or still running up debt. Right. And we said, no, no, we don’t do that. What, what is their equity posture at this time? Five, five. And he will give them to you on these videos. So you can look at them yourself and in what was funny, I’m reading a great book, John, which I recommend everybody out there called the university of Berkshire Hathaway and Charlie Munger, and recommends exactly the same thing. Exactly the same thing that Warren buffet by the company, as a matter of fact, Warren buffet said, I rarely even look at the stock listings. That’s true.

Speaker 1 (26:14):

Yeah. That’s, that’s a big point. He constantly makes, as he rarely looks at the stock listing, he looks at the company, he wants to know what’s going on behind the scenes. What does it stand for? And all the details of the company. You’re absolutely

Speaker 2 (26:25):

Right. That’s it? He says, don’t study the chicken tracks by the chicken. That’s right. That’s pretty simple. Well, Tim’s the same way. And then, then he talks about the, his watch list on this watch list. One of them really surprised me just yesterday. We did an interview. And when I tell you the, some of you who have remember some recent history may say GCU, sure about that. And I questioned him hard on it. Xerox, Xerox. Okay. And he gives you the ticker symbol. Everything says, buy Xerox. Xerox is on a complete turnaround. You know, he examines the company management. He said, don’t forget Xerox park. A lot of the major innovations in the high-tech industry came from Xerox park. And he said, they’re back there. They’re stocks. He said, I’m talking about a multiple 3, 4, 5, 5 bagger folks. You make a fortune on, you make a fortune on.

Speaker 2 (27:20):

So, and then, then another one, it’s a Broadcom Broadcom who made semiconductors. And you know, I don’t want it. I know we can’t go on forever, but it’s just, to me, it’s so exciting because we’re talking about people’s income here. We’re talking about to end the working conservatives. That’s important. Let me give you just real quickly as I’m talking to Tim, I’m saying, well, you know, cause I asked him the tough questions because you know, like all conservatives tend to be a little skeptical sometime we’re pretty serious people. So I said, give me some examples of recommendations that the kind of recommendations are people can expect from you. Okay. Now keep in mind a 20% return a year is phenomenal. You will get rich on a 20% return per year on the stock. Me there’s nowhere else out there. You can get that kind of return.

Speaker 2 (28:15):

I already told you mutual funds, right. You know, 20% return per year compounded. You’re going to end up a very wealthy person in 20. Yeah, absolutely. So let’s look at one of my favorites. I mentioned high-tech N V D a in the video we recommend that people buy in at $13 and 14 cents. Okay. Folks, I’m giving you these because I respect you. And I want you to say, okay, when I hear that kind of stuff, the proof is in the pudding night, Tim said, get in at the $13 and 14 cents, it hit a high of $716 86 cents. Had you invested a thousand dollars when Tim said, get in now you’d have $54,000, 54,000 bucks. That’s great. That’s great. I mean, that’s crazy. That’s crazy. Let me give you another one. And VR and VR, you know, to me, I never heard of these places, which is one of the, one of the great things about Tim. You know, you’re not going to hear anything very rarely, anything you recommends and the talking heads or the silk tie blow dries because they don’t, they don’t look at that level. They’re all recommending the same things, way up here, which, which then you get stuck. Float on NVR. Tim said buy in at $55, 38 cents went up to, went up to 5,000, $308. That same share you got in 55, $1,000 became ready. $95,544. That’s

Speaker 1 (29:46):

A serious return folks. You’d think you’d like that kind of return. Absolutely. Oh yeah. I think, I don’t think too many people say no to that.

Speaker 2 (29:55):

No click on the link below. All right.

Speaker 1 (30:00):

I’ll give you one more. Right.

Speaker 2 (30:02):

Last year, last year, about this time Matador resources. Okay. Now all the oil comes you hear about on TV and such or, or the Exxon mobile, all that, no matter door’s an oil company. Okay. But Tim looks at with his five pillars and says, there’s something good here a year ago. He says, buy in the stock at 1 98, $1 98 cents. Okay. Since then a little over a year ago, that $1,000 you invested has become $18,695. Wow. Could you use an extra 18,000 bucks right now? Absolutely.

Speaker 1 (30:41):

Yes. I’m not going to lie.

Speaker 2 (30:44):

Send it my way. My wife, my wife wants a Jeep Wrangler. Oh, I’m a, I’m

Speaker 1 (30:51):

A Jeep guy myself. Yes, absolutely. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (30:55):

I have a Jeep, 2004 with 270,000 miles on it. That’s a

Speaker 1 (30:59):

Real Jeep right there. Yeah. But

Speaker 2 (31:02):

She wants a Wrangler. Hello. 5,000 in should ever Wrangler. That’s right. New one. But I bet a good one. Yeah. So, so that’s where we are with the SIS. Tim. Melvin’s a better way to wealth. That is a better way. That’s a better way to wealth. And I always say it combines the three things that I love when I think about investments now. Okay. More money, more quickly, more safely, John. Hmm. More money. More quickly, more safely. That’s the formula. That’s great. Melvin.

Speaker 1 (31:36):

That’s wonderful. And to me, this initiative sounds awesome. I’m on board. But what more can you tell kind of a final push to our readers that local conservative, how can they get on board with this? As this initiative goes forward, what can they do to get started?

Speaker 2 (31:51):

They can get started by going to the link below, click on it. And you’re going to get a free newsletter free. Okay. A free newsletter with the exact kind of thing. Watch them, watch the videos, watch it on a daily basis. Write it down in your grade

Speaker 1 (32:08):

Book. Everyone needs to get their own green book right now.

Speaker 2 (32:14):

And, and watch the videos, subscribe to the free newsletters. You can work conservatives. You can not beat that price, John. Amen. And you’re going to find that in their everyday terms going to talk about and help you find what we call the doubling effect that is going to calm your investment’s going to compound and remarkably short time [inaudible] double, double. That’s what he shoots for. That’s what he shoots for. And you can rest assured you know, pretty well assured that there, you know, in the, you know, there are no guarantees in investing, but Tim’s about disclosure and it come to that 20% return per year, which is phenomenal. You let that money ride and you’re going to find yourself. Th that’s that actually is the exact average of Berkshire Hathaway. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Everybody,

Speaker 1 (33:08):

Everybody will be able to buy a Jeep at that point for everyone.

Speaker 2 (33:15):

Absolutely. So that’s it just go ahead, click below and sign up for the free newsletter and then watch us every day. Watch us every day. Because Tim is, he just, he rolls them out. I bring up the topic and he gives me the stocks to avoid and the stocks to cash in on where the smart money is going and where the stupid money should not go. Okay. Excellent. Yeah. And I just love it. I love every second of it. And I know, I know that your readers are going to love it just as much. Oh, absolutely.

Speaker 1 (33:46):

I know for a fact they will and Carter again, thank you for taking time to speak with me today and to my Raiders, looking really forward to working with you and with TM. And if I’m correct soon, we’re going to be talking with Tom and discussing this some more. Right.

Speaker 2 (34:01):

And we are going to interview you and I are going to be on with Tim, I think tomorrow, which is fantastic.

Speaker 1 (34:06):

Sounds right to me. I’ve got it on my schedule. I’ll make double sure. I’m dressed and ready to roll.

Speaker 2 (34:11):

You are going to love this guy. I trust him. He’s the guy you have at the family picnic. You’re gonna love this guy.

Speaker 1 (34:18):

He’s, he’s the fun uncle that everybody loves. Yeah, yeah, exactly.

Speaker 2 (34:22):

He is the funnel and you make everybody money, so you’re really loving

Speaker 1 (34:26):

Even better. That’s great. Again, Carter, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me. I know our readers really will appreciate it and I will see you again tomorrow and to all of our readers out there at local conservative, stay tuned and keep an eye out for more stuff coming from Carter and TM. Thanks, John. Thank you.